Jared Tadique is a real estate broker in the north Seattle area. Specifically specializing in, but not limited to the Ballard, Blue Ridge, North beach, Olympic Manor, Crown Hill, Greenwood, and Broadview neighborhoods. Jared has a background in residential remodel construction and assisted living. Strives everyday to provide Simply Outrageous Service to his clients.
There are currently 129 blog entries published by Jared Tadique.
Introducing SpyDoor; The Cascade Team’s Automated Valuation Solution
- The only home valuation tool to go “Hyper”-Local with communities as small as 10 homes.
- Blending fully integrated MLS Sold, Active and Pending data with Tax records and County Assessed values.
- Ability to manually adjust values such as: # of Beds, Baths, sq ft, etc
- Full demographics down to the Hyper Local level
- Pull school boundaries with regular updates from State and county websites.
Your Home’s Value/ Your Neighbor’s Home Value/ Any Home Down the Street
The Cascade Team has deployed a class of an Automated Valuation Model (AVM) that has stood the test of time. It employs both a Hedonic modeling approach and Market Comp approach yielding…
By Beth Braverman
The earnest money deposit—the cash you offer to essentially call dibs on a house—is one of the most important and misunderstood parts of the home-buying process.
Depending on where you live, you can expect to put down anywhere from 1% to even 10% of the home’s purchase price as earnest money. (In some highly competitive markets, buyers are making even larger deposits in an effort to stand out.) An earnest money deposit tells a seller you are serious about closing. Without earnest money, you could theoretically make offers on multiple homes, essentially taking them off the market until you decide which one you like best.
Don’t worry—the seller isn’t going to run off to Aruba with your cash. It remains in an escrow account or…
Here's some welcome news for homeowners living near Trader Joe's: You're probably experiencing better home values.
That's according to a RealtyTrac report released Tuesday. The real estate information firm analyzed home values, appreciation and property taxes in ZIP codes that have either a Trader Joe's or Whole Foods location to find out which of the 2 chains is better for homeowners.
Higher appreciation and taxes
"What we found is that homeowners near a Trader Joe's have experienced better home value appreciation since their purchase," Jennifer von Pohlmann, RealtyTrac spokeswoman, says in a post on the company's website. These lucky owners also pay more in property taxes on average: 59% more.
The analysis also found:
- 61% Of The Cascade Team Listings are Sold in 3 Days or Less
- 47% Receive Multiple Offers
- Our average Seller saves over $12,000 in commissions
- See our Web Page: http://www.thecascadeteam.com/results.php For more info!
LOOKING TO SELL YOUR HOME
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The Cascade Team provides a full service experience that is a step above; by executing a marketing plan that is unique to your home, rich in technology and high in service. We leverage the most innovative technological tools to provide the most exposure possible for your home to increase the communication and service to you our client.
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WE ARE EXCITED TO WELCOME ANATOLIY SENYAK TO THE CASCADE TEAM!
- Cell Phone: 425-783-9217
- Office Phone: 800-509-6905 ext 1078
- E-mail: Anatoliy@TheCascadeTeam.com
A little about Anatoliy: Anatoliy is a new agent beginning his real estate career at The Cascade Team. He will be working out of the Seattle office, with Jared Tadique. We are very excited to have him on board and look forward to seeing what he will bring to The Cascade Team!
OUR LOCAL REAL ESTATE TEAM
Cascade Team Real Estate agents are proactive in serving their customers, studying the market and touring homes, so they can provide the most accurate housing market data for their you their client. This helps you better understand the competitive…
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